My Curling Husband


My fascination with curling started four years ago. At the last Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy. I had heard about curling in passing, but I never really knew what it was. Then, I saw it for the first time, and it was unlike any other sport I had ever seen. Ever.

The stones. The ice. The sweepers. I think the sweepers fascinate me the most. And make me laugh at the same time.

Here’s a demonstration of curling that I found from the United State Curling Association.

So when I told Cent my new fascination with this interesting sport called “curling” it was no big deal. I come to learn that Cent did curling in P.E. Having spent a good amount of his formative years in Alaska, where there is a ton of snow, I guess it was natural that they play a winter sport.  When he told me that he curled at some point in his life, I got excited. I’m such a foreigner to snow and winter type sports.

Oh the things you learn.

The Winter Olympics are such a fun time to watch sports I’ve never heard of. Earlier, I was at the gym, and they were broadcasting the biathlon, which is cross-country skiing mixed with rifle shooting.

Check the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics schedule.

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  • Reply Karyn 02.16.2010 at 3:34 pm

    I need to watch more curling. Do you ever find yourself holding your breath while you’re watching (any Olympic sport)?

  • Reply Mercedes 02.16.2010 at 4:48 pm

    who knew? thanks Catie Baby.

  • Reply Regina Lynn 02.16.2010 at 5:38 pm

    The biathlon is the best! A Winter Olympics sport that even rednecks can appreciate, lol!

  • Reply Stephanie Michele 02.16.2010 at 8:20 pm

    I totally came home to curling on the tv tonight – I love all of the Olympics, summer and winter, because we truly get to enjoy athletes in such a wide variety of sports that we aren’t usually accustomed to!

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